Community Involvement

Building a brighter future.

The Greater Kansas City’s Chapter Programs are true to “Keeping the BIG Commitment.” In developing programs that promote Leadership, Service, and Excellence, opportunities are created by the chapter to strengthen our members, our workplaces and our communities. The Program and Planning Committee is responsible for implementing chapter programs that promote ethnic pride and educational opportunities.

One of the chapter’s oldest events is the annual Training Seminar which is usually held in February each year. For decades, this event has provided excellent training opportunities for public service employees through workshops, seminars, and nationally known speakers that share the chapter’s vision of Leadership, Service, and Excellence.

Other chapter programs include a Community Fair, a Networking Event, several leadership and development programs, and various community service events.

The leadership and development training sessions provides participants with skills to lead the local organization as well as enhance their personal development.

Programs that support the Greater Kansas City Community play a pivotal role in members’ fulfillment. The chapter regularly participates in voter registration, philanthropies during the holiday seasons, as well as other identified community initiatives.

Meeting Dates

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General Membership
The Greater Kansas City Chapter, Inc. of Blacks In Government is currently holding its regular monthly meetings on the 2nd Thursday of each month.
Location: GSA Complex, 1500 East Bannister Road, Kansas City, MO
Meetings are scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. Attendees should use the Visitors' Parking Lot and remember to bring ID. Members who wish to participate in the meeting via teleconference will be provided with the call in number.